What the Water Gave Me (VI) after Frida Kahlo This is how it is at the end– me lying in my bath … Continue reading
The ocean is a living organism, which means it is regenerating all the time. Visual and performance artist Colleen Flanigan helps the process along with her underwater Biorocks, sculptural metal matrixes that use low-voltage electric current to raise the pH of … Continue reading
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Tagged art, art and science, Biorocks, Brain Pickings, Cancun Marine Park, Colleen Flanigan, coral reefs, endangered, environment, Jason deCaires Taylor, Maria Popova, marine life, Museo Subacuático de Art, sculpture
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Ground Truth There’s a drought in the rainforest. ~ Lee Clockman We call it brazil because the wood is red and resembles hot coals, and thus got the name of Brazil. But in order that in this respect we may vex the … Continue reading
I love to sing “Down to the River to Pray,” the old gospel song that was popularized in the Coen Brothers’ movie O Brother Where Art Thou? (as sung by Alison Krauss). Apparently I’m not the only one. Here’s my curated … Continue reading
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Dorothy Bunny Bowen has lived in the arid high desert of New Mexico since 1967. She started as a painter and art historian and was a textile research associate at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe for … Continue reading
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In a radical move that we hope will have a massive ripple effect, Bolivia is set to pass the world’s first law granting all nature equal rights with human beings. According to reporter John Vidal, writing in The Guardian (UK), … Continue reading
Tagged Andras Jancsik, Bolivia, Christophe Meneboeuf, conservation, environment, funkz, indigenous, Law of Mother Nature, Luca Galuzzi, news, Pachamama, photography, RastaChango, Rene Cormier, welsh boy
Please chant the Grand Invocation three times on every 11th [of the month] as below. The Grand Invocation: “Uchu no Mugen no Chikara ga Kori Kotte, Makoto no Daiwa no Miyo ga, Nari Natta.” This means: “The eternal power of … Continue reading
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“Uchu no Mugen no Chikara ga Korikotte Makoto no Daiwa no Miyo ga Naninatta.” It means: “The Eternal Power of the Universe has gathered itself to create a world with true and grand harmony.” To all water on this planet earth, … Continue reading
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Tagged animation, anime, Dr. Masaru Emoto, Fukushima, Japan, love and thanks to water, manga, ningyo, Osamu Tezuka, prayer, radiation
On his blog, Dr. Masaru Emoto has called for the 11th of each month to be “The Day of Prayer for Peace on Earth,” with people stopping what they are doing at noon and saying the Grand Invocation, the prayer … Continue reading
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Tagged art, Dr. Masaru Emoto, Dr. Nobuo Shioya, Fukushima, Grand Invocation, Japan, love and thanks to water, NASA, news, peace, prayer, radiation, Spitzer Space Telescope
“Uchu no Mugen no Chikara ga Korikotte Makoto no Daiwa no Miyo ga Naninatta.” It means: “The Eternal Power of the Universe has gathered itself to create a world with true and grand harmony.” The universe is water, and we … Continue reading